Tag Archives: edumap

On intelligent decision support systems, numbers, and narratives

Expectations regarding (big) data and the opportunities it offers are growing thanks to increased data-processing capacities and the proliferation of digital information. However, questions of where the data stems from,…

EduMAP recommends to pay attention to vulnerable young learners’ needs and to set explicit goals (Policy Brief)

The findings indicate that current adult education policies are more often focused on country specific agendas than on vulnerable learners’ interests and needs.

Learning active participatory citizenship in Thessaloniki – a keynote presentation by George K. Zarifis

Learning active participatory citizenship in Thessaloniki: implications and impact of mainstream and support educational activities for socially vulnerable young adults, Dr. George K. Zarifis’ keynote presentation from the Learning Cities Conference,…

EduMAP researchers at the ECER Conference 2018

EduMAP researchers will organise a session at the ECER Conference 2018, Thursday 6 September, at the Free University Bolzano (Italy). Session Information: Adult Education and Inclusion Vocational education and training…

Researchers in pairs for higher interview quality

In our experience researchers are often used to conducting interviews by themselves and reflecting on it alone and writing about it in one’s notebook. During the EduMAP project we were…

Young adults rely on education recommended by their own networks rather than Internet

One of the critical issues that the EduMAP project was designed to address is the failure of the adult education (AE) system to reach out in effective ways to the…

Towards an intelligent decision support system in adult education

Foredata Ltd. has been a partner in EduMAP research project from day one. Our aim is to develop a prototype of Intelligent Decision Support System, IDSS for adult education. How…

Preliminary results reveal: young adults need tailored support to building self-confidence

The data analysis phase has officially started with the beginning of the year 2018. We are now keen on coding and identifying successful elements of the good education practices investigated…

EduMAP project members at the Asia-Europe Meeting (ASEM) conference 2018

Dr. Natasha Kersh and Associate Professor Hanna Toiviainen were at the ASEM conference ‘Lifelong Learning Policies & Adult Education Professionals: Contextual and Cross-Contextual Comparisons between Europe and Asia’ to share…